Tangier hosts from February 22 to 24, 2023, the 19th edition of the Connect Route Development Forum. An unmissable event on the air travel agenda. This Forum brings together the entire ecosystem of the sector around a platform for exchanges and networking.
Nearly 650 professionals
Nearly 650 experts and professionals from the aviation industry took part in this international forum. The opportunity for the destination Morocco, and that of Tangier in particular, to shine more.
Representatives of airports and airlines, tourism professionals, TOs and tourism authorities from more than 60 countries are represented.
Moroccan tourism is a partner of this event
The Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT), the National Airports Office (ONDA) and the Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima Regional Tourism Council (CRT) are partners in the organization of this edition.
For Adel El Fakir, DG of the ONMT underlines that “The family of global air transport and travel is found in Tangier. This is a great moment and also a new opportunity for strengthening the air component which remains one of the main levers for the development of the tourism sector. We expect to reference Morocco more with airlines in order to increase and diversify the air service to Morocco and all of its destinations. »
Among the representatives of airline companies, we find
APG, ADP group, AEGEAN, Air Belgium, Air France, Air Malta, Airbus, ASL Airlines, AviaPartners, Bordeaux Airport, Brussels Airport, Fraport, Charleroi Airport, CMS Belgium, Corendon, easyJet, Eurowings, Iberia Express, Iberia Regional, IGA Istanbul Airport, Kuwait Airways, Lille Airport, Aeroportos de Portugal, LOT, Malta Airport, Malta tourism, Nice Airport, Oman Airports, Pegasus Airlines, Aeroporti di Roma, Royal Jordanian, Royal Air Maroc, Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, SAS, Saudia Airlines, TAP Air Portugal, Transavia, TUI Fly, TUI Group, Turkish Airlines, Vinci, Volotea, Vueling, Wizzair,